LCL uses an electronic transcript service called Parchment to send transcripts. Students will use Parchment to request for their high school transcript to be sent to any college or university as well as NCAA or other institutions/individuals.
It is fast and easy and allows current students and alumni to make transcript requests at any time online. There is a fee for Alumni transcripts. Effective April 5, 2021 this fee is $4.15.
To get started, go to www.parchment.com, and click on Create an Account on the top right of the screen on a computer or on your phone scroll to the bottom of the page. You are a Learner. Enter "Lake Country Lutheran High School" where it prompts "Enter the name of the school that has your transcript", and fill in all profile information required. Be sure to use your full given name (i.e. Matthew instead of Matt). Once your profile is complete you will see a place to select “order transcripts” and you can enter your college or other receiver at that time. If you have any questions about this process please contact Mrs. Jakubowski in the Office.
Please remember that once your account is set up you will need to remember your username and password to access it at any point in the future.
Concordia University, Nebraska (Spanish): http://transcripts.cune.edu
LCL dual-credit students do not already have an account for requesting their CUNE transcript. Select the second option: CUNE students and alumni who have not created a Parchment account click here and create an account. (This Parchment account is different than you LCL Parchment account.) On the following page click the gray box to create an account and follow the steps to request a transcript.
Concordia University, Wisconsin: https://helpspot.cuw.edu/helpspot/index.php?pg=kb.page&id=304
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